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Posted: August 04 2015
Company Location: Hollywood, CA
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid
DescriptionWe at the entertainment magazine, mxdwn.com, are seeking writers for out dedicated gaming section at mxdwn Games. After beginning with the sole purpose of writing news about music, the site has expanded to include successful sections dedicated to movies and television as well. We now seek to fill a roster to cover the gaming section, and we need writers.
ResponsibilitiesApplicants will be instructed on how to publish, cite, and format articles properly. We will prepare you by training you in the necessary procedures. Please come prepared with a professional attitude and respect for your peers.
By the way, this is all digital. Applicants will be considered from any city in the U.S.A.
Potential applicants must provide a sample piece of journalism alongside a resume and cover letter. Upon contacting us, applicants must be prepared to schedule a phone. Interested applicants should contact Josh D. Alengo at email@example.com with their resume, cover letter and materials.
RequirementsThe position is unpaid, and applicants will be expected to produce and publish 300-500 word articles covering topics approved by the editing staff a minimum of 5 days a week (an article each day). An English or journalism education or background and journalistic experience are a plus but not necessarily required. Applicants will work with the editor and are expected to be in daily contact via email, text, phone, etc.
SkillsRequired - Article Writing
Preferred - Academic Writing, Entertainment Journalism, Multimedia Journalism, AP style writing